Not much attention has been paid to this: a federal lawsuit is challenging Major League Baseball's management of media rights -- and it all hinges on a modern interpretation of MLB's famed anti-trust exemption.
Impending lawsuit could overhaul MLB's media empire
Cleveland's League Park restoration to be celebrated Saturday
After years of restoration work, League Park will be holding a grand opening this Saturday to celebrate the former home of the Cleveland Indians.
Yankees roots don't extend to Baltimore: historians
It will take a few years for the New York Yankees to reach 10,000 wins, as the game's historians have determined that the team's history doesn't include what had been considered a predecessor, the 1901-1902 Baltimore Orioles.
Indians unveil Progressive Field renovation plans
The Cleveland Indians unveiled plans for privately funded improvements to Progressive Field that will focus on more group areas and family spaces within the 20-year-old ballpark.
Winning, conciliatory moves bring back Athletics fans
The best record in baseball and a recommitment to Oakland are generating dividends for the Oakland Athletics, as attendance at O.co Coliseum is up and prospects are bright for a new ballpark.
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